since 2012 have beloved artists created gåsehudstemning and memorable moments in "Every time we meet" on TV 2. They gather in idyllic surroundings to the ledge and interpret each other's songs, and Saturday night is none other than the entire country's Elisabeth "Bettan" Andreassen (60) that sits on the end of the table.Here is "Every time we meet"-the participants
the Newspaper met this year's participants, Elisabeth Andreassen, Trine Rein (48), Maria Haukaas Mittet (40), Sol Heilo (37), Tom Mathisen (66), Lars Bremnes (54) and Petter "Disaster" Kristiansen (29), earlier this week, and each could tell that there has been a very special journey to be taking part in.
All seven features through the impressive, but different careers left their traces in the Norwegian music industry.
But what would they have done if his career went in the sink, they had a plan b?CREAM: Several of the country's foremost artists and songwriters in the new season of "Every time we meet". Photo: Hans Arne Vedlog Show more Had to keep your spirits up,
Maria Haukaas Mittet can look back on a long career as an artist. She got her first break as a child star in "Annie" on Bryggeteatret in Oslo as 11-year-old, has released a number of discs. She stuck among other things, with the victory in "Stjernekamp" on NRK in 2015.Show more Show more
The charming nordlendingen has previously been open about the fact that it has not always been as easy to subsist off of the music, but the Newspaper states she now that it was never an option to give up.
- It has always been the artist I should be. It is clear that when you don't have the money for some things, so it is hard to keep your spirits up, so I have had a few trips back regular jobs, but it works not for me, " she says and adds:
I have never had any plan b. It gets to be or not to be.KEPT the SPIRITS UP: Maria Haukaas Mittet never saw for himself that she was going to be anything other than the artist. Already as 11-year-old she got her breakthrough. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more Would be fireman
Petter "Disaster" Kristiansen has been behind landeplager as a "Song you hate", "Pattaya" and "Maria". Although he may have been unknown to some, his music has been streamed over 200 million times over the last few years.
To Dagbladet tells the "Disaster" that he, in contrast to the Haukaas Mittet had a security plan in the back pocket at one point - but he's not happy.< p> "Every time we meet": Therefore, they said yes
- I remember I was pissed at myself for that I had added a plan b, before I had checked to see if the first worked, he says and continues:
- I had a huge desire to be a firefighter if your music is not working. I would have a job that meant something and where I could help others. I began, among other things, lastebillappen and took diving certificate. But then, it came to a point where I realized that "now the driver and I put a plan, then it will just say that I do not have faith in the first and what I really want".
He let the eventually away the other plan, and went all-in.the FIREFIGHTER: Petter Kristiansen as he was to become a firefighter. He tells us that he was sur in themselves to add a different plan than to bet on music. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more - Luckily I got kyssesyken
Trine Rein struck through as an artist already in 1993 with the song "Just Missed the Train", and the same year released her debut album, his. That the Reindeer should be artist, however, was not her original plan.Rein surprised Monsen on the mountain
I actually began to study at the university. I took exphil first and then political science. I was supposed to be a journalist and reporter, and then I thought that you first need to learn a little bit about war and peace and so on, so that's why I took political science, " she says and adds that the disease meant that she had to drop out of a semester.
It changed everything for the 48-year-old.
Luckily I got kyssesyken so I was lying flat. Then came the studies ad undas. In the meantime I had to find out what I should do before the next semester started, and when it was music on a full time basis, she continues.HAD to DROP OUT: When Trine Rein got kyssesyken she had to take a break from study. When focused she all on music and never looked back. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more Wanted to become a doctor
Tom Mathisen can with confidence be described as both comedian, musician and actor. 66-year-old, among other things, was part of the group "Prima Vera" and "Brothers Valley", had made plans as a young man, and it was far from the stage he would stand on.
the Plan was actually to become a doctor, that was it, but this was not it.
Tom started never to study medicine, but was on the way to do it. He was just going to work and earn some money with the thought of the student, and then he was ready to go that way. 66-year-old began to earn some money by playing, and suddenly you put his career momentum - something that the Norwegian people guaranteed are happy for today.PHYSICIAN: Tom Mathisen had plans to become a doctor and study medicine, so, it was not. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more A different plan
There are probably many who associate Lars Bremnes with the beautiful visa "To be able to æ print". Dagbladet reveals the charming artist that he basically had not seen for themselves to be artist.
- Yes, I had a different plan. It is only in the last 20 years I have been an artist full time, but I have always seen myself as a songwriter. It is my gift, " he says and adds lattermildt to:
- So I have only performed the songs themselves.ANOTHER PLAN: only in the last 20 years, Lars Bremnes lived of the music. He also saw for himself to be a songwriter, but ended up singing the songs himself. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more Stylist and doctor
Sol Heilo is probably best known to many through the band "Katzenjammer", which has had great international success. 37-year-old has in recent times focused more on a solo career, and says that plan b never has been an option for that career propelled. Before that, however, had the pipa, a completely different sound.
- I have never had plans to be an artist. Not really. I wanted to be a stylist, a doctor and a scientist and a lot different, " she says, and laughs.
Since the success came with "Katzenjammer", Heilo never seen the need for a different plan.ANYTHING ELSE: - I have never had plans to be an artist, " says Sol Heilo. Photo: Morten Oak / See and Hear the Show more
- I have such a "happy go lucky"mentality and always think that it arranges itself. Most often so it makes the it also, she continues.
"Every time we meet," to be broadcast on TV 2 Saturday at 20.00.
Dagbladet has been in contact with Elisabeth Andreassen, who had not the opportunity to give a comment in this case.So you've never heard Tshawe before